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Sadig bin Abdul-Karim Al-Shehabi, emphasized the Ministry's keenness on boosting cooperation and coordination with services ministries in compliance with the directives of HRH Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa the Prime Minister and the directives of HRH Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Prime Minister, especially during His Royal Highness's recent visit to the Ministry.
By the end of February, Bulgarian ministries owed a total of BGN 108.
The number of ministries, and departments working under them, has expanded a great deal in the past two decades.
During the meeting members showed their concerns over the bifurcation of ministry of industries and production into two separate ministries and termed it an extra burden on the national exchequer.
ISLAMABAD, July 13, 2011 (Balochistan Times): After complete devolution of 17 ministries and divisions to the provinces under the 18th Amendment, federal ministries and divisions have been revamped.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Guardian Council, a powerful vetting body which is tasked with studying and endorsing compliance of parliament approvals with Islamic laws and the Constitution, opposed merger of three ministries as an unconstitutional act.
Summary: Turkmenistan has created two new ministries to cope with the challenges associated with expanding infrastructure and rising manpower -- the ministry of labour and social welfare, and the ministry of municipal services.
The ministries and departments have demanded for allocation of budget amounting to Rs735 billion while Annual Development Coordination Committee (ADCC) and National Economic Council have rejected their demand and accorded approval to federal PSDP with the allocation volume of Rs280 billion.
The head of the Kurdistani list, Sozanne Khala Shahaab said that the new law on the structure of the next Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) has been sent to the parliament for approval, while according to the previous law the cabinet should consist of 42 ministries.
Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis (New Era) had previously demanded that all ministries be required to reduce their staff number and salaries, with a deadline set for September 1, 2009.
The committee also suggested that "the ministries of all departments be developed to work more collaboratively with a view toward amalgamating," he said.
It graciously served the needs of provincial ministries such as the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Natural Resources to move the gravely ill or participate as a silent, but effective, partner in the ongoing fight of forest fires in Northern Ontario.

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